Cher Public

  • gustave of montreal: Then BOULEVARD SOLITUDE 4:50 PM
  • JohninSeattle: Returns of the day to our favored “playwright, actor, commentator and diseuse”. That said… Oh to have... 3:51 PM
  • Daniel: Arquez, pardonnez-moi̷ 0; 3:33 PM
  • Daniel: It’s unfortunate to read yet another review so focused on soloists’ vocal timbre rather than the overall effect of the... 3:31 PM
  • 98rsd: Levine and the Met Chorus and Orchestra easily outclassed this effort. And the soloists were basically just okay. Any idea why... 2:41 PM
  • zinka: BOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!! As we approach (Aug.28) the birthday of my favorite tenor, Richard Tucker, I think of some of the... 12:56 PM
  • Evenhanded: Well. Wonderful reviews, Mr. Corwin – thank you! I’m sorry to have missed the Cosi, as I am also an ardent fan of... 12:08 PM
  • gustave of montreal: We are spoiled today, one complete Dvorak and one Poulenc. Will make my evening at the opera. 10:59 AM

Eye rolling

It turns out we were wrong all along, cher public: the Robert Lepage production of the Ring at the Met is in fact a triumph, as Robert Lepage explains to us in (where else?) the New York Times. “And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling purists!” (Photo: Ken Howard)